- a place where bricks are made, stored, or sold.
Origin of brickyard
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Examples from the Web for brickyard
Then some people got hold of me and pulled me out and took me over to a brickyard.The Johnstown Horror
James Herbert Walker
Hed have to hurry if he was to get to that brickyard in seventeen minutes!
Fix it up for the brickyard at—at what time do you say, Foster?
The bricks were all made in the school's brickyard, and laid by the students.
I know why it is called the Brick Bridge—because the brickyard is opposite——!A Blue Devil of France
G. P. Capart
- a place in which bricks are made, stored, or sold
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